International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation<br />November 15th, 16th, and 17th<br />Rena Boss-Victoria ...
TheDevelopmentProcessForBeginning A Simulation Center <br />Identifyingstepsthatwillhelponetoaccomplishthemission<br />Exe...
Study 2<br />Study 1<br />The Purpose Of Study <br />Compare effectiveness of two instructional methods to teach  specific...
 practice skills
observe outcomes from clinical decisions</li></ul>Sinclair, B., Ferguson, K. 2009.<br />The Purpose Of Study <br />Assess ...
ProgramCurriculumMethodologiesthat lead toMastery of PsychomotorSkills<br />Simulation Centers’ Foci<br />Engage in schola...
#1 Needs/Resources<br />#10 Sustainability<br />#2 Goals<br /># 9 Improve/ CQI<br />#3 Best Practices<br />#8 Outcome Eval...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#1 Needs/Resources -AcademicEnvironmentTransformationEvent<br />Gatheringrelevant da...
Nurse EducatorsMustFunction As CompetentPractitioners<br />
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#2 Goals Seekingclarityand commitment<br />Vision/purpose, mission and goals, withme...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#3 Best Practices  EvidenceAssessment<br />Level of Evidence<br />Study’svalidity, t...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#4  Fit - Goodness Of FitToTheSimulationIntegrationProcess<br />Ensurethatthere are ...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#5 Capacities involvesa highlyinteractiveprocesstobuildcapacities<br />Criticalappra...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#6  The Plan -Definingand confirmingthe plan forimplementation<br />Step-wisephasing...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br /># 7 Implementation/ Process Evaluation<br />Ensurefidelity of demonstrationmethods/ ...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#8 Outcome Evaluation- processoutcomeevaluation<br />SimulationIntegrationMonitoring...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br /># 9 Improve/ CQI relatedtotheneedtoimprove,modify and re-examine decisions<br />Simu...
SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#10 Sustainability - FocusingonSustainment<br />Validationforstudies and replication...
Benefitstosimulation<br />
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  1. 1. International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation<br />November 15th, 16th, and 17th<br />Rena Boss-Victoria and Cynthia J. Hickman<br />DEVELOPING A MODEL FOR INTEGRATING SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED NURSING EDUCATION AND CLINICAL PRACTICE TO IMPROVE SAFETY, EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY<br />
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  3. 3. TheDevelopmentProcessForBeginning A Simulation Center <br />Identifyingstepsthatwillhelponetoaccomplishthemission<br />Executing a carefullylaidoutstrategy<br />Measuringprocesseverystep of theway<br />Establishing a direct link betweenstrategy and execution<br />Potentialbarriersprovidingneededopportunity<br />
  4. 4. Study 2<br />Study 1<br />The Purpose Of Study <br />Compare effectiveness of two instructional methods to teach specific nursing education content.<br />Study Results <br />Suggest use of a teaching strategy involving human patient simulator HPS method made a (+) difference in the nursing students' ability to answer questions on a test of cognitive skills. <br />Use of (HPS) as a tool for learning provides a mechanism by which students can participate in:<br /><ul><li>clinical decision making
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  6. 6. observe outcomes from clinical decisions</li></ul>Sinclair, B., Ferguson, K. 2009.<br />The Purpose Of Study <br />Assess students' perceptions of self-efficacy for nursing practice through use of a mixed-methods study integrating simulations into a nursing theory course. Students were exposed to a combination of lecture and simulation<br />Study Results: <br />Students reported higher levels of satisfaction, effectiveness and consistency with their learning style when exposed to the combination of lecture, simulation and audio-visual technologies.<br />Data suggest students' self-confidence may be increased through use of simulation as a method of teaching and learning.<br />Brannan, J.D., White, A., & Bezanson, J. L. 2008; <br />
  7. 7. ProgramCurriculumMethodologiesthat lead toMastery of PsychomotorSkills<br />Simulation Centers’ Foci<br />Engage in scholarshipdesignedaroundevidence-basedresearch<br />Steppingstonesforintegration and competencebuilding<br />Addedvalvetoadultlearner’sexperience<br />encourage active learning<br />criticalthinking<br />problemsolvingprocesses<br />
  8. 8. #1 Needs/Resources<br />#10 Sustainability<br />#2 Goals<br /># 9 Improve/ CQI<br />#3 Best Practices<br />#8 Outcome Evaluation<br />#4  Fit<br />#5 Capacities<br /># 7 Implementation/ <br />Process Evaluation<br />#6  Plan<br />Fig. 1 Simulation Center Strategic Plan <br />
  9. 9. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#1 Needs/Resources -AcademicEnvironmentTransformationEvent<br />Gatheringrelevant data <br />Supplyinventory /requirements<br />Technologycapacities & systemnetworking, audio-video<br />Data tosupportblending of new/existingresources<br />Staffing, scheduling , orientations, trainings <br />#1 Needs/<br />Resources<br />
  10. 10. Nurse EducatorsMustFunction As CompetentPractitioners<br />
  11. 11. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#2 Goals Seekingclarityand commitment<br />Vision/purpose, mission and goals, withmeasurableobjectives<br />Sharedvision<br />Missionclaritybetweeneducator and student<br />Ongoingassessment and feedback<br />
  12. 12. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#3 Best Practices EvidenceAssessment<br />Level of Evidence<br />Study’svalidity, theextent of biaspresent, and theoverallusefulnessorapplicability<br />Integration of bestscientificevidence, appraisedevidence and evaluation of organizationaloutcomesafterimplementation of strategiesbasedonevidence.<br />Pooling and blendinginterdisciplinaryexpertise<br />Answering “how are wedoing” <br />Curriculumreflective of programoutcomes<br />Usingsimulationeducationmethodology<br />
  13. 13. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#4  Fit - Goodness Of FitToTheSimulationIntegrationProcess<br />Ensurethatthere are rules and general policyguidelines<br />A climateforgrowth, change and themaintenance of thesimulation center strategy<br />Considerapproachestolearning<br />Integratingvariousmethodsforlearnersuccess<br />Allowstudentstoimmediatelypracticewhatwaslearned in a didacticsetting. <br />Abilitytopractice in a timelyperiod<br />
  14. 14. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#5 Capacities involvesa highlyinteractiveprocesstobuildcapacities<br />Criticalappraisal of administration, faculty and students<br />Prioritiesforstrategyimplementation<br />Working as a collaborative and team<br />Simulation and technology trainings<br />Simulationcurriculumplanning<br />Timelinedevelopment<br />
  15. 15. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#6  The Plan -Definingand confirmingthe plan forimplementation<br />Step-wisephasingmethodology<br />Scaffolding<br />Decisiongrid<br />Strategiesrelatable and relevanttoaims of theacademicprogram<br />Providingsafeclinicalexperiencesforstudents.<br />
  16. 16. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br /># 7 Implementation/ Process Evaluation<br />Ensurefidelity of demonstrationmethods/ applications<br />Scheduled regular supervisionforbenchmarks<br />Safety in thesimulation centers remain a highpriority<br />Supportfromfaculty and administrationensuringsystemrequirements are met<br />Pre-appraised and an a proactive plan forimplementation, policies and rules guide thesimulation center activities<br />
  17. 17. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#8 Outcome Evaluation- processoutcomeevaluation<br />SimulationIntegrationMonitoring And Evaluation Plan. <br />Cumulativebenchmarkindicators<br />Simulationeducationmethodology - uniquewaytoeducatethenextgeneration of nurses<br />Simulation centers can promoteadvancements in technology and education<br />Theoutcomedesired- competent, criticalthinkers, problem-solvers, and proficientskillacquisitions<br />
  18. 18. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br /># 9 Improve/ CQI relatedtotheneedtoimprove,modify and re-examine decisions<br />Simulation centers <br />Can deliverbetter training forstudents<br />Assist in delivery of qualitypatientcare<br />Addressaspects of integrity, improvedconsistency, and enhancedconfidence<br />Coreareasfor CQI in simulationintegration<br />Ethics, professionalism, and confidentiality<br />
  19. 19. SIMULATION CENTER STRATEGIC PLAN<br />#10 Sustainability - FocusingonSustainment<br />Validationforstudies and replication of procedures. <br />Refine performance standardsforpracticecompetencies<br />Evaluationof thequality of simulation-basededucation and assessment and evaluationmethods<br />Benefits of simulationteachingstrategy<br />Introduce, improve, & reinforceareas in learner’sprogram<br />Increase safety, validateskillswithpractice, addressdifferentlearningstyles<br />Improvethecoordination of cognitive, affective, and psychomotorskills<br />Thechallenge<br />
  20. 20. Benefitstosimulation<br />
  21. 21. FACULTY AND STUDENT EXPERIENCES<br />Seetherelationshipbetweenclassroomand simulationenvironment<br />Use confirmedinnovativeteachingstrategiesbasedon<br />learningobjectives<br />studentlearningneeds<br />EffectiveWitnessedstudent-centeredlearning<br />in charge of owneducationalexperience<br />Incorporatelived- experiences<br />amakedecisionsaboutownlearning. <br />Motivationishigh<br />engagevoluntarily in thelearningprocess<br />Aneducatorneedstobeprepared, confident and competent. <br />
  22. 22. CONCLUSION<br />CONCLUSION<br />Understandingtheeducationalprocessrequired in educating nurses, capitalizingonstudents’ strength, and embracingvariouslearningstyles are allfactorspertinenttosuccessfulSimulation Centers. <br />Studentsand faculty can benefitfrompracticingtheirskills in a simulationenvironmentaftergainingknowledgethatlendstowardscompetence. <br />In spite of theresistant and challenges, accordingtoresearch, students are eager and excitedtoincorporatevariousstrategiestoincreasetheirknowledge and skillsutilizingSimulation Centers. <br />Itis a greattool and motivator. However, withoutvision, people, management, and resources, thedevelopment and integration of thismethodologyislimited<br />

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